#Interviews

Inside the Narrators Booth: Things You Never Knew About Audiobook Narrators

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes while recording audiobooks? Six prolific audiobook narrators gave us the inside scoop.

Neon Hemlock Press: A Small Press in a Big World of Speculative Fiction

This year, a Neon Hemlock Press novella won a Nebula. But what is this publisher, where did it come from, and what does it put out?

How to Start a Bookmobile

Ever wanted to start your own bookmobile and become a book seller? Owner of Iron Dog Books offers insights and lessons learned.

What Makes A Good Sex Scene?

What makes a good sex scene? Readers, writers, and editors weigh in on the complex art of a well-executed steamy scene.

Saddle Up and Read Improves Kids’ Literacy One Farm Trip at a Time

A conversation with Caitlin Gooch of Saddle Up and Read, a non-profit organization using equine activities to promote children's literacy.

The Struggle of Writing Poetry During a Pandemic

Published poets like Henri Cole and Sachiko Murakami discuss their own difficulties and successes in writing poetry during a pandemic.

Running an Independent Bookstore in a Conservative Area

Running an independent bookstore in a conservative city is a unique challenge and an opportunity. Jenny Kinne runs Books and Mortar in West Michigan.

Asian and Pacific American Readers and Writers On First Seeing Themselves in Books

This Asian and Pacific American Heritage month, read about the experiences of these readers and writers seeing themselves in books for the first time.

Neal Shusterman’s Inclusive YA and Talking to the Author About Representation

Neal Shusterman's career writing YA has been on fire, but it's about to get even hotter.

From Farm to Table: The Making of a Folio Edition

Go from farm to table and behind the scenes of the making of a Folio Society edition.